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The patriotic retaliation against terrorists includes combatants of all ages and abilities, from the fiercely compact Sasisa Jindamanee (junior champion of Thai kick boxing) to an elderly man and even a one-legged villager who does his part for king and country. And consider this lineup of diversely skilled performers: Nantaway Wongwanichislip (Asian champion rugby player); Piyapong Piew-On (Thai football superstar); Rattaporn Khemthong (Thai gymnastic team star); Suebsak Pansueb (from the Thai Sepak Takraw team); and Amornthep Waewsang and Somrak Khamsing (Olympic gold medalists in gymnastics and boxing, respectively). As a squadron of fearless daredevils, this remarkable cast employs every imaginable technique to conquer their captors. With an opening action sequence that must be seen to be believed, Born to Fight may be far-fetched at times, but the stunts are so insanely impressive that they make this a must-see film for action fans around the world. Only one question remains: Can anyone top this film without getting killed in the process? --Jeff Shannon
On the DVDs
Dragon Dynasty has done a terrific job with its two-disc Ultimate Edition of Born to Fight. Disc 1 features the film itself, beautifully presented in Thai with an optional English-dubbed soundtrack and optional English and Spanish subtitles. Hong Kong cinema expert Bey Logan provides the feature-length commentary, offering humorous observations and insight about Thai action cinema and its gradual evolution toward a national identity, distinct from the influence of Hong Kong action thrillers. Disc 2 includes a 65-minute "making of" documentary, featuring extensive interviews with the producer, director, and principal cast of Born to Fight, and a shorter, 5-minute featurette promoting the film's diverse cast of athletically skilled performers. The film's original Thai theatrical trailer and U.S. promotional trailer are also included. --Jeff Shannon
He is great at action, but has a bit of charisma and acting talent, which is also lacking from this movie.
The intro had potential but the movie dragged in the middle before getting into some serious action toward the end.
Guys in black coveralls and ski masks jump around in the dark and get P'Tong blamed for something or other.
it's a decent movie but not quite what I expectedI loved the on bak and the protector so I had high expectations for this one but was let down a little bit there is good action in... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jack Smith
lots of guns... a few very ordinary roundhouse kicks....nothing else... doesnt really go anywhere...ignore the promo blurb...save your hard earned cashPublished 21 months ago by Jed Rutherford
I'm not sure why Amazon insists on linking the reviews of all the movies with the same title -- since there are often many releases of the same movie (often, of very different... Read morePublished on March 13, 2011 by Darth Vegas
Because if you're like me you'll spill it all as you stand up to shout for the action sequences. I came into this movie wanting an action thrill ride with little to no expectations... Read morePublished on October 20, 2009 by Etalyx
don't get this. just watch the fight scenes on youtube or something. a big fat waste of money.Published on March 26, 2009 by Amazon Customer
This movie is really stupid and silly. The worst part is that this film is just plainly boring. It was a struggle to get through. I am surprised Dragon Dynasty released this. Read morePublished on January 23, 2009 by Travis
Um... you people are way too kind in your reviews of this film. I am a huge movie collector and my vault contains hundreds of martial arts films alone. People, this movie is awful! Read morePublished on January 12, 2009 by SANDMAN
If you're looking for the recent "Born to Fight"--the one with the terrorists--let me warn you: this is not it. Read morePublished on December 30, 2008 by Curtis G
It starts off with a crazy scene with two mack trucks and never lets up. Good Thai movie from the guys who produced ONG BAk and the ProtectorPublished on September 22, 2008 by Moe Mentum